2016 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to multiuser communication systems
His primary scientific interests are in Communication channel, MIMO, Wireless, Beamforming and Transmitter power output. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Relay, Decoding methods, Electronic engineering and Antenna. His MIMO research includes themes of Ergodic theory, Topology, Fading and Control theory.
His studies deal with areas such as Iterative method, Transmitter, Artificial noise, Channel state information and Telecommunications link as well as Beamforming. The Telecommunications link study combines topics in areas such as Mathematical optimization and Precoding. His Transmitter power output study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Maximum power transfer theorem and Spectral efficiency.
His scientific interests lie mostly in MIMO, Communication channel, Wireless, Telecommunications link and Electronic engineering. Kai-Kit Wong has researched MIMO in several fields, including Algorithm, Control theory, Antenna and Topology. His Communication channel research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Transmitter, Transmitter power output and Mathematical optimization.
Kai-Kit Wong focuses mostly in the field of Wireless, narrowing it down to topics relating to Computer network and, in certain cases, Physical layer, Wireless network, Throughput and Heterogeneous network. His study explores the link between Telecommunications link and topics such as Base station that cross with problems in Electrical engineering. His work focuses on many connections between Electronic engineering and other disciplines, such as 3G MIMO, that overlap with his field of interest in Multi-user MIMO.
Kai-Kit Wong spends much of his time researching Wireless, MIMO, Communication channel, Base station and Telecommunications link. He has researched Wireless in several fields, including Transmitter power output, Real-time computing, Maximum power transfer theorem, Electronic engineering and Efficient energy use. The concepts of his MIMO study are interwoven with issues in Maximal-ratio combining, Upper and lower bounds, Topology, Edge computing and Antenna.
Kai-Kit Wong studies Fading, a branch of Communication channel. His work carried out in the field of Base station brings together such families of science as Cellular network, Overhead, Distributed computing, Spectral efficiency and Reinforcement learning. His research investigates the connection between Telecommunications link and topics such as Channel state information that intersect with issues in Mathematical optimization, Beamforming and Precoding.
His primary areas of study are Wireless, Telecommunications link, Base station, Communication channel and MIMO. His work deals with themes such as Transmitter power output, Optimization problem, Mathematical optimization, Efficient energy use and Maximum power transfer theorem, which intersect with Wireless. His Telecommunications link research focuses on subjects like Single antenna interference cancellation, which are linked to Message passing and Subcarrier.
The various areas that Kai-Kit Wong examines in his Base station study include Energy consumption and Reinforcement learning. Kai-Kit Wong combines subjects such as Algorithm, Deep learning, Artificial intelligence and Physical layer with his study of Communication channel. Kai-Kit Wong studies MIMO, namely Multi-user MIMO.
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User Association in 5G Networks: A Survey and an Outlook
Dantong Liu;Lifeng Wang;Yue Chen;Maged Elkashlan.
IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials (2016)
Power Scaling of Uplink Massive MIMO Systems With Arbitrary-Rank Channel Means
Qi Zhang;Shi Jin;Kai-Kit Wong;Hongbo Zhu.
IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Signal Processing (2014)
Optimal Cooperative Jamming to Enhance Physical Layer Security Using Relays
Gan Zheng;Li-Chia Choo;Kai-Kit Wong.
IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing (2011)
Adaptive antennas at the mobile and base stations in an OFDM/TDMA system
Kai-Kit Wong;R.S.-K. Cheng;K.B. Letaief;R.D. Murch.
IEEE Transactions on Communications (2001)
Generalized multiuser orthogonal space-division multiplexing
Zhengang Pan;Kai-Kit Wong;Tung-Sang Ng.
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications (2004)
A Survey of Physical Layer Security Techniques for 5G Wireless Networks and Challenges Ahead
Yongpeng Wu;Ashish Khisti;Chengshan Xiao;Giuseppe Caire.
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (2018)
A joint-channel diagonalization for multiuser MIMO antenna systems
Kai-Kit Wong;R.D. Murch;K.B. Letaief.
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications (2003)
Robust Cognitive Beamforming With Bounded Channel Uncertainties
Gan Zheng;Kai-Kit Wong;B. Ottersten.
IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing (2009)
Ergodic Capacity Analysis of Amplify-and-Forward MIMO Dual-Hop Systems
Shi Jin;Matthew R McKay;Caijun Zhong;Kai-Kit Wong.
IEEE Transactions on Information Theory (2010)
Dual-hop systems with noisy relay and interference-limited destination
Caijun Zhong;Shi Jin;Kai-Kit Wong.
IEEE Transactions on Communications (2010)
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